Travel Blogs from Moss Landing
Cynthia had arranged to go Kayaking just north of Monterey.
Moss Landing at Elkorn Slough
but with Katie's leg she couldn't go. Anne thought that Katie and I would stay home, and she pressured Grant to be her Kayak partner. In the end we all went - Katie and I deciding we would do something else in the area while they were in the water. Grant bravely agreed to kayak with Anne.
That night Lil treated us all for dinner at Max’s Grill in PG. You’ll see Russ’ pot roast, Gerry’s lamb shank, Dick’s butternut squash ravioli, Sayo’s ribeye steak, and Mel’s and my rack of lamb! Wonderful meal!
Well, only more day to tell you about! Saturday!
The day started with a walk from the end of Cannery Row to Wharf 2, about 2+ miles round ...
Hello from Moss Landing Yacht Club.
We had a nice sail down from Santa Cruz. The wind and waves were sorta like the porridge in the story "Goldilocks." Just right. The time and distances to get from there to here was also just right. It was fifteen miles and about three hours. What a treat!
The Elkhorn Yacht Club moorage was also just right. Free. Once again our yacht club membership paid off with two nights ...
We are staying at a campsite called Carmel-by-the-River so Rich and Taya head out this morning in search of the river. They can't find it!
Just a short hop from our campsite to exclusive Carmel-by-the-Sea. The first town we have visited in America where we really liked it, and particularly the houses. Typically, they are well out of our league! Each house is different and has a very Mediterranean look them. It is full of nice shops and ...
Took Pictures at Nepenthe of Foggy Coastline
Race on to get a campsite Set up new camp at Veterans Memorial Park
We had wanted to get to Veteran's Memorial in a timely manner because you cannot make reservations and we wanted to make sure we found a campsite. But then, there is all that beautiful scenery you pass through on the way that you must stop and take pictures of. So that is what we did and still ...